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    Cool Should I upgrade my goalies?

    Scoring in my league:

    Skaters: G(3), A(2), PPP(+1), hits/shots(0.2)
    Goalies: W(5), SO(3), SV(0.2), GA(-1.5)

    My team:

    Forwards: Stamkos, Neal, E. Staal, Stepan, Sharp, O'reilly, Getzlaf, Hall, Pacioretty, Williams

    Defense: M. Green, OEL, Krug

    Goalies: Bobrovsky, Varlamov, Rinne


    My forwards feel really strong, my defense passable but lately my goalies feel like they are really bringing me down. Bobvrosky isn't pulling the numbers I'd hoped, Varlamov is all but statistically guaranteed to only get worse from this point and Rinne is injured for 6-8 weeks. The goalies on WW are incrediby scarce, the best options being Frederik anderson, Tim thomas and Dubnyk.

    Should I try to sell high on Varlamov to get a quality (and proven) #1? Should I assume Bobrovsky won't perform quite as well as I'd hoped and look for an upgrade?

    Just curious, any opinions appreciated
    Last edited by Daemon; November 10, 2013 at 5:38 AM.

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    Selling high on Varlamov would have been trading him before he got arrested for beating his girlfriend. No one is gonna touch that with a ten foot pole.
    10 team, head-to-head, multi-cat, keep-12 keeper league. CATS: G,A,+/-,PPP,PIM,SOG,HITS BS,SHP, W,SV,SV%,GAA,SO Daily rosters of 6F, 4D, 2 Flex, 2G

    F: Crosby, Hall, Pacioretty, Hartnell, Neal, Nugent-Hopkins, Callahan, Dubinsky, Hossa, Huberdeau, Abdelkader, Bjugstad (IR)
    D: Karlsson, Hedman, Muzzin, Savard, Streit (IR)
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    Assume away on Bob being a one season wonder. He'll get wins and starts because of his big contract, and he'll even steal a couple games, but he is more Pete Peeters (Vezina in '83, never had more than 29 wins for the rest of his career) than Martin Brodeur (you know what you are getting here).
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    F: Stamkos, Tavares, Stepan, Scheifele, Nichushkin, Marner, J.T. Miller, Simmonds, A. Lee, Hornqvist
    D: Ekblad, Barrie, DeAngelo,
    G: Gibson, Vasilevskiy


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